Iran’s nationwide uprising is witnessing its 231st day on Thursday as regime operatives have been continuing their deliberate and organized chemical gas attacks. These poisonings of mostly innocent schoolgirls are aimed at quelling Iran’s restive society and installing fear to allow the regime’s forces to overcome the country’s relentless anti-regime protests by a nation that is seeking change through putting an end to the mullahs’ regime in its entirety.

People throughout Iran continue to specifically hold the mullahs’ Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei responsible for their miseries, while also condemning the oppressive the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) and paramilitary Basij units, alongside other security units that are on the ground suppressing the peaceful demonstrators.

Protests in Iran have to this day expanded to at least 282 cities. Over 750 people have been killed and more than 30,000 are arrested by the regime’s forces, according to sources of Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK). The names of 675 killed protesters have been published by the PMOI/MEK.

Latest reports from inside Iran indicate regime authorities in Minab Centarl Prison in Hormozgan Province, southern Iran, executed two inmates early Wednesday morning. The names of these two victims are Lal-Mohammad Shirzaie Barahuie, a Baluch citizen from the city of Zahedan the provincial capital of Sistan & Baluchestan; and Hassan Zarei from the city of Bandar Abbas, the provincial capital of Hormozgan.

Barahuie was 43 years old, married, and the father of two young children. Prior to this, his brother by the name of Mahmoud was executed in 2018 in Gonbad-e Kavus Prison of Golestan Province in northeast Iran.

Reports indicate five inmates in Gohardasht Prison of Karaj, west of Tehran, were executed on Wednesday, along with one inmate by the name of Hanif Khosravi hanged in Neyshabur Prison located northeast of Iran. As a result, at least eight inmates have been executed by the mullahs’ regime on this day alone.

The mullahs’ dictatorship is attempting to quell popular protests, particularly that of the Iran’s Baluch community through escalating executions, said Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian opposition coalition National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), on April 30. She urged the United Nations and Member States to take immediate action to save the lives of prisoners sentenced to death in Iran. Madam Rajavi emphasized that the dossier of the regime’s crimes should be referred to the UN Security Council, and its leaders should be held accountable for four decades of crimes against humanity and genocide.

MEK Resistance Units and brave youth launched a massive campaign in response to the regime’s execution of 20 inmates in the span of five days from April 29 to May 3. These executions were carried out in the prisons of Gohardasht, Minab, Neyshabur, Bandar Abbas, Mashhad, Birjand, Iranshahr, and Zahedan. This included 14 members of Iran’s Baluchi community, two of which were women (one of whom was a 39-year-old mother of five).

The anti-regime measures by MEK Resistance Units and brave youths included the following:

Brave youths attacked a judiciary building in the city of Jam in Bushehr Province, southern Iran
Brave youths attacked a judiciary building in Gachsaran, southwest Iran
Brave youths attacked the municipality office of District 11 in the city of Isfahan, central Iran
Brave youths attacked the municipality office of District 10 in Tehran
Brave youths attacked IRGC paramilitary Basij bases in the cities of Saravan and Arak
Brave youths attacked the so-called “Khomeini Relief Committee” in Saravan, southeast Iran
Brave youths attacked a building associated to the regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) in Karaj, west of Tehran
MEK Resistance Units torched a poster promoting the regime’s misogynist policies of compulsory hijab
MEK Resistance Units torched posters of Khamenei and former IRGC Quds Force chief Qassem Soleimani in Abyek of Qazvin Province, northwest Iran; Behshahr in northern Iran, Kashan in central Iran, and Kerman in south-central Iran

Workers and employees of the Pars Paper Company in Haft Tappeh of Khuzestan Province, southwest Iran, are on strike on Thursday protesting low paychecks, not having permanent contracts, long working hours, double shifts without breaks, and having no leave from work.

Local railway workers in Kerman Province, central Iran, are on strike on Thursday protesting officials’ refusal to address their demands. Many of them have had many paychecks delayed for a long time now.

Local farmers rallied outside the governor’s office in the city of Lamerd in Fars Province of south-central Iran on Thursday protesting the regime’s policies of pricing their wheat and officials refusing to purchase from them.

Pensioners and retirees of the regime’s Social Security Organization in the city of Ahvaz in Khuzestan Province, southwest Iran, were holding a rally and marching on Wednesday, protesting high prices, poverty, corruption, inflation, poor living conditions and officials’ refusal to address their demands.

Pensioners and retirees are among the worst-hit segments of Iran’s society. They depend on government stipends to make ends meet, but the regime has refused to increase their pensions in correspondence with growing inflation and the depreciation of the national currency.

The government has long provided many hollow promises of increasing pensions. It was also supposed to settle unpaid pensions remaining from previous years. So far, it has yet to deliver on both demands.

Interestingly, the regime’s own media reported that The Social Security Investment Company (SHASTA), the financial institution that is supposed to fund retirees, has seen a significant increase in its profits in the past years. However, these profits have yet to materialize in the lives of pensioners and retirees.

Regime operatives were continuing their deliberate and organized chemical gas attacks targeting schoolgirls on Wednesday. Reports from Sanandaj, the provincial capital of Kurdistan, indicated that the all-girls Parvin Etesami Elementary School was targeted. A number of the schools in this school have been transferred to medical centers for urgent care.

The all-girls Hazrat-e Zeynab High School in Marivan, northwest Iran, was also the target of a chemical weapons attack by regime operatives on Wednesday afternoon, according to the Hengaw Human Rights Organization. A large number of the students’ parents responded by holding a protest rally outside the high school, the report adds. Reports indicate a school in the city of Yazd, central Iran, was also the target of a similar attack yesterday.

In a report from Isfahan, central Iran, students of the local Arts University held a gathering on Wednesday protesting the campus authorities’ escalating harassment measures against the students. In other reports from this city, municipality service workers held a gathering yesterday protesting and demanding regime officials respect and acknowledge their rights.

People in the city of Qazvin, located in northwest Iran, who had in the past placed down payments for homes with the regime’s “Maskan-e Melli” project held a protest gathering on Wednesday demanding answers from officials in charge. These people have yet to receive their homes, and no one is willing to provide them with any answers.

The protesters, mostly consisting of the country’s poor lower class who have worked hard to obtain the money needed to purchase these houses or have provided their entire savings to purchase a house, have held numerous protest gatherings through the past few years, all falling on deaf ears among regime officials.

In other reports, locals in the city of Shush, southwest Iran, were protesting the low number of doctors and physicians in this city leading to long delays in people receiving medical care.

Disabled locals in the capital Tehran held a protest rally outside the City Council on Wednesday demanding their rights be recognized and respected. In other reports from this city, teachers and educators held a rally outside the provincial Education Department on Wednesday demanding their rights be acknowledged and respected.

Residents of the Qare Hassanlu village near the city of Urmia in northwest Iran held a gathering on Wednesday protesting the regime’s policies of confiscating their lands.

Workers and employees of the Water-Sewage Department in the town of Lali in Khuzestan Province, southwest Iran, held a gathering on Wednesday protesting not being paid or receiving their insurance pensions for the past five months.

The protests in Iran began following the death of Mahsa Amini. Mahsa (Zhina) Amini, a 22-year-old woman from the city of Saqqez in Kurdistan Province, western Iran, who traveled to Tehran with her family, was arrested on Tuesday, September 13, at the entry of Haqqani Highway by the regime’s so-called “Guidance Patrol” and transferred to the “Moral Security” agency.

She was brutally beaten by the morality police and died of her wounds in a Tehran hospital on September 16. The event triggered protests that quickly spread across Iran and rekindled the people’s desire to overthrow the regime.

Source » mojahedin